Atmosec, a Tel-Aviv, Israel-based SaaS security startup, announced that it raised a $6 million seed round.
The round was led by Israeli VC firm Glilot Capital Partners and American fund Battery Ventures. Its team had previously participated in Intel Ignite’s fourth Tel Aviv startup acceleration cohort.
Atmosec’s seed round counted participation from other Israeli entrepreneurs in the security space, such as Wiz‘s CEO Assaf Rappaport, Talon Cyber’s CEO Ofer Ben-Noon, and Armis’ co-founders Yevgeny Dibrov and Nadir Izrael.
Now out of stealth mode, Atmosec wants to make it more secure for companies to use a flurry of cloud SaaS solutions, from Slack to ServiceNow. Its solution focuses on anomaly detection based on automatic monitoring to notify clients of potential issues and prevent attacks.
Company: Atmosec Ltd.
Round: Seed Round
Funding Month: December 2021
Lead Investors: Glilot Capital Partners and American fund Battery Ventures
Additional Investors: Assaf Rappaport, Ofer Ben-Noon, Yevgeny Dibrov, and Nadir Izrael
Company Website: https://www.atmosec.com/
Software Category: SaaS security
About the Company: Atmosec is a SaaS security venture whose platform is designed to secure hyperconnected SaaS ecosystems as they evolve. Atmosec provides continuous security for your hyperconnected SaaS ecosystem as fast as it evolves. Our unique platform understands the contextual security settings of third-party SaaS services, monitors their behavior as they interact with each other, and automates the mitigation of actual and potential risks to protect your company’s data.